Saturday, December 21, 2013

Scrapbooking my Birthday!

Hello! I've been in a bit of a creative slump recently, nothing has been interesting me. One of my favourite ways to get out of a slump, like that is to grab some photos, and all my pretty embellishments and do a scrapbook page. 
This page features a photo of me, all dressed up and ready to hit the town for my birthday last month. 
I grabbed my photo, and went through my paper stash. The background paper is from Simple Stories, while the rest of it is by Websters Pages. I didn't really have a set colour theme or anything for this photos, as you can tell, it's quite a neutral photo. 
I then went through my stash of embellishments. I used a polaroid frame (wow chipboard) and layered on top of it a big bloom flower, a flair and a bunch of resin roses and pearls. The Title runs up the side of the photo, and is from Jillibean Soup. 
In the opposite corner, I added a prima flower, more resin roses and some paper flowers from D-Lish Scraps. I also found a tiny silver heart and added it in...
Here are a couple of close ups - 
Life. Paper. Scrapbook - December Colour Challenge

8 comments:

Laura said...

Gorgeous page, love the pearls sprinkled all over, sweet colour combo too! Thanks for joining us at Stuck.!

Sandy Ross said...

Beautiful colour choices for your neutral Photo! Love how you embellished your layout! Thanks for joining us at Stuck?!

Joefil said...

Gorgeous page!love the flowers and pearls! Thank you for joining us at Stuck?!

Carol Peixoto said...

Beautifully done! Thank you so much for playing along at LPS!

Sarah said...

Such a pretty page ! thanks for joining us at stuck sketches !

Tracy B said...

Great take on the sketch! Love your pp's and your flower clusters are perfect. Thanks for joining in at Stuck?!

Lee-Anne said...

Such a pretty, girly page. Love it! Great take on the sketch too. Thanks for joining us at Stuck?!

Ann said...

What pretty clustering and colour palette. How cool to turn a Christmassy-inspired sketch to work with your theme. Nice work and thanks for joing us at Stuck?!